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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: running w95 applications on linux---wine..etc..
From: Bob_Deep <bobd@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 1999 14:38:44 +0000
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Michael Holmes wrote:
> I am familiar with wine, but I heard mention of a couple of other
> emulators.  Could you realist them and what is everybody's opinion on
> which is the most stable.  I want to run a w95 Visual basic application
> from the security of LINUX.
> Michael

There is VMWARE, but it's not really an emulator.. It actually runs a
full up version of the OS in question in a virtual machine on your linux
box.  You can run NT/95/98 in a virtual machine, as well as differant
versions of linux...

One problem though, vmware costs money, $99 for personal use and $399
for professional use if I remember right...

      -=  Bob =-
Hey.. This is my mail and I charge for SPAM I receive...

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